Asus Scar II - GL704GW, i7 8750H, RTX2070, 144hz

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  1. hexaae

    hexaae Notebook Consultant

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    This is interesting (inverse ghosting issue with previous GL703GS): new Armoury for 704 includes a mod-switch to control Overdrive! Would be very appreciated also for Gaming Center sotware on GL703GS.

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    GL704 users with Armoury can make sshots of the 144Hz Overdrive control software please (if any, or is it just a switch ON/OFF with a shortcut key)?
     
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    Zill Notebook Consultant

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    Hi guys, do you know if theres a thread for the new Zephyrus S 2070 Max-q?

    I need to find a Zephyrus S 2070 Max-Q owner to kindly ask for a copy of the vbios of the 2070 MQ in that chassis.Working on a little project :)

    Any help to point me in the right direction would be ENORMOUSLY appreciated!

    Thaaaaaaaanks!
     
  4. praetorianx

    praetorianx Notebook Evangelist

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    http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/asus-rog-zephyrus-s-gx701gx-xs76-owners-lounge.826858/
    2080 MAXQ model, but I would guess they use same BIOS
     
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    Ok guys,

    I have received all my gears.
    I’m ready to test all over again.

    I’ll post the results soon. Ask me if you want some specific details.

    Btw I have a question on undervolting : I saw some 8750h that can go down to -0.160v with xtu on core voltage offset ! On average, people can get up to -0.130 to -0.150.

    How come mine out of the box cannot exceed -.110 without crashing during benchmarks?
    Is there any limiting factors I can play with ? I’m a bit disappointed I cannot go further.

    Is it the v302 bios which is limiting ? Or has my cpu a bad under volt capacity ?

    Thx a lot
     
  7. Andriisev

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    Each CPU is different, it is a lottery. -110 is still a decent result though
     
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    falldragon Notebook Enthusiast

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    Sorry for late response. I ended up returning it simply due to the fan noise. Everything else was awesome (keyboard, speakers, etc). The camo design on the inside is kind of cheesy but eh. The problem is I'll be using it mostly next to my wife while she watches TV so fan noise is nearly my #1 issue lol. LM'ing probably gives better results but I'm too chicken to do it on my own + void the warranty :D
     
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    I will probably give the device back, unfortunately, the notebook makes noises when the power adapter is connected :(
     
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